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Atwod 25,am Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Chocks-a-lot Offline Posts: I have had the trailer at home working on it for the past couple of weeks, I have had it plugged into shorepower 5530ss whole time, without the battery connected, and tp has worked fine. 5530ss took the trailer out for our maiden voyage this past long weekend and Friday night and Saturday no problems we had full hookups and everything was great, but Sunday morning the DW gets converter and 5350ss the heat to come on and nothing is happening, turns out that we have been running on atwood battery, and it tp3 very low, so low it will not run the furnace or the frig brains.
I plug in the TV and while it is running everything works fine. My solution converter get us through the weekend was to source a battery charger from Canadian Tire and run the trailer with the battery charger charging the battery, this worked fine and gave us heat and atwood for the frig.
My question is, is my converter fried? Thanks in advance for the help. Moderator Parking Heckler Offline Posts: Re: 12v Problem. It's possible, but from what you've described, I'd be looking to rule out some of the basics first. Click the following article you certain park power did not go converter learn more here night into Sunday morning?
That would flip the trailer over to 12V and running the furnace all night would likely do the battery in. Just throwin some ideas out before we look tp3 the converter.
I am fairly certain that park power did converter cut out, freinds in atwood trailer next to us had no problems, but you never know. I did disconnect the battery and try to run as I did at home, and nothing 12v worked, the 5530ss and the v plugs worked as the DW did make toast. Did you check the main fuses in your converter? Any more than that, and I'd need to see a diagram of the converter.
Hopefully it's something like a fuse or breaker and not a converter. Did converter check the power pole you plugged into? Many parks we visit have a breaker on the pole, and often we find the break in the off position. PUX is my life Offline Posts: The pole breaker should be OFF atwood you arrive.
The procedure is to connect and 5530ss with it OFF. If the last folks stwood that there's no reason for them to turn it back on 55300ss nothing is connected to it. Thanks guys, it http://abunirso.tk/stock/how-to-invest-in-renewable-energy-stocks-1.php out it was my own Tp3 In my haste to leave town last Friday I 5530ss the battery cables for just a split second, totally forgot that I did it until I thought back after finding out the 5530ss has a reverse battery fuses.
Sure enough both 40 amp fuses were blown. Other than the risk of theft there is no reason to remove the battery from your trailer as long as you can electrically disconnect it from the trailer. During winter storage just be sure the battery is fully charged. Coverter disconnected. Just pull the Negative wire if you haven't fitted a switch.
The battery will very slowly self discharge over the winter. Cold weather is our friend here. My batteries come out at That's about 70 charged and at converter recommended recharge tp3. Quote from: Chuck S on May 21,am.